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Definition of "unendurable" []

  • Not to be endured; intolerable. (adjective)

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Use "unendurable" in a sentence
  • "THE federal government says "push factors" such as unendurable turmoil back home are behind this surge of asylum-seekers."
  • "I think these are the great existential questions, the basis of all that makes life hard, complicated and, from time to time, unendurable."
  • "Both involve the use of unendurable physical pain to coerce the victim into talking – that is to say, both are the use of torture to coerce confessions."